[caption id="attachment_16840" align="aligncenter" width="430"] Jason Szenes / Getty Images[/caption] The Washing Wizards have a great opportunity to begin to develop a competitive team with the 2013 NBA Draft. John Wall and Bradley Beal are both young (22 and 19 respectively) and as such the team has the luxury -- if that's what we wan't to call it -- of drafting players to develop. That is to say they're not in "win now" mode. Although some might argue otherwise. With talented youth on their side the Wizards should look towards another scoring option. John Wall himself stated (via the Washington Post) that he thinks the team needs "a four man that can pick and pop." In short: a big body for screens who can also shoot from the perimeter. Wall wants to be a part of a duo similar to that of LeBron James and Chris Bosh, or Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett. With 2011 draft pick Jan Vesely failing to develop into the forward they need this seems the most likely move for the Wizards this draft. One option is Georgetown's Otto Porter, a small forward who stands at 6'9" and 198 pounds. Porter is a versatile talent, and shot a strong 48 percent field goals last season and a terrific 42 percent on 3-point attempts. Make no mistake, Porter would be a terrific scoring option for the Wizards. And fill a position of need. Another strong candidate for the Wizards could be UNLV's Anthony Bennett. Bennett, a 6'8" 240-pound power forward is also a strong scorer, hitting 53 percent of his field goals including 37 percent of his 3-point attempts. He averaged 16 points and 8 rebounds per game in 2012. He's considered to be not as complete as Porter, but with slightly more upside, with current Wizards power forward Nene turning 31 this year and limited by injury Bennett also fills a position of need for the Wizards. The Wizards also have a genuine need at center and will also look at two terrific options there. Kentucky's Nerlens Noel is arguably the best prospect in the draft, a defensive weapon averaging over nine rebounds and four blocks a game last season, all the while shooting 59 percent from the field. Granted, it would be a long shot for Noel to fall to the third overall pick. But if he did the Wizards wouldn't hesitate to pick him up. Maryland's Alex Len could also feel the need the Wizards have for a big man. And while he might be a bit of a reach with the third overall pick his numbers last season were impressive, shooting 53 percent and managing just under eight rebounds per game. If Noel is already gone and the Wizards are fixated on getting big and young at center then Len could definitely hear his name called in the top five. The Wizards find themselves in a unique position this season, after hitting on Bradley Beal last season they have a genuine chance to continue draft and develop a young, championship-caliber team. With John Wall -- who will begin negotiating a contract extension with the Wizards in July -- making his thoughts known on what the team should do, and a terrific third overall selection to work with, the Wizards cannot afford to step backwards this year, and that begins with selecting one of the above prospects. Who do you think the Wizards will draft this year?